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Political Talk with Cokie Roberts: Bush's Foreign Policy

NPR's Bob Edwards talks to NPR News Analyst Cokie Roberts about how President Bush's handling of foreign policy issues will affect his run at a second term. They also discuss how Sen. John Kerry can keep the media focused on his campaign between now and this summer's Democratic National Convention.

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Cokie Roberts was one of the 'Founding Mothers' of NPR who helped make that network one of the premier sources of news and information in this country. She served as a congressional correspondent at NPR for more than 10 years and later appeared as a commentator on Morning Edition. In addition to her work for NPR, Roberts was a political commentator for ABC News, providing analysis for all network news programming.